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Academic Journal of Engineering and Technology Science, 2024, 7(2); doi: 10.25236/AJETS.2024.070224.

Research on the Mechanism of High Precision Planar Magnetic Grinding


Zhicheng Fang, Yulong Zhang, Hao Wang, Detong Ning, Yang Li

Corresponding Author:
Zhicheng Fang

School of Applied Technology, University of Science and Technology Liaoning, Anshan, China


Magnetic grinding is a machining technique that utilizes the action of a magnetic field to remove materials and polish the surface of workpieces. Magnetic abrasive particles, as grinding tools in magnetic grinding, have a crucial impact on the grinding performance. At present, magnetic grinding particles are mainly composite particles, composed of iron-based phase and grinding phase, which have much better performance than ordinary grinding particles. Magnetic abrasive particles, due to the effect of magnetic field force, accumulate in large quantities on the magnetic poles and form magnetic strings in the machining gap. Magnetic abrasive particles attract each other along the direction of the magnetic field to form magnetic brushes. Magnetic brushes have good flexibility and elasticity, strong adaptability to machining objects, and can grind the inner and outer surfaces of flat, curved, and complex shaped parts. The grinding trajectory has an impact on the results, and under the same processing conditions, the surface uniformity after using a circular curve trajectory is better than that of a sine curve trajectory and a spiral curve trajectory.


High Precision; Magnetic Grinding; Mechanism; Grinding Particles; Force Analysis; Grinding Trajectory

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Zhicheng Fang, Yulong Zhang, Hao Wang, Detong Ning, Yang Li. Research on the Mechanism of High Precision Planar Magnetic Grinding. Academic Journal of Engineering and Technology Science (2024) Vol. 7, Issue 2: 164-169. https://doi.org/10.25236/AJETS.2024.070224.


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